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Chief Executive Officer / CEO (m/f)

JobLeads GmbH

Manchester, NW
2 days ago
Manchester, NW
£150k - £200k Per Year
2 days ago
£150k - £200k Per Year
Chief Executive Officer / CEO (m/f)

Chief Executive Officer / CEO (m/f)

Location: Manchester

Salary: 150.000 - 200.000

If you want to take that next step to level up your career, JobLeads is the preferred partner for you as executive or specialist. Currently we have several senior level career opportunities in management in the Manchester region. If you can identify yourself with the tasks and qualifications of this exemplary position, we would like to get in touch and present you all suitable positions.

Your tasks

  • Constantly analyse the market segments and business opportunities
  • Define a clear strategy for the company
  • Actively acquire new business partners and clients
  • Manage the cash flow and keep close control on the costs
  • Lead and motivate the team to grow the business
  • Closely interact with the shareholders and foster communication throughout the company

Your profile

  • Relevant university degree
  • Several years of experience in a managerial role
  • Track record in business development
  • Solution- and results-oriented
  • Natural leadership and communication skills
  • High self-motivation
  • Fluency in English


More options for your career:

Currently we are looking for qualified candidates for several positions. We are glad to get in touch, if you are interested in this or a similar job opening.

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Executive Board Trustee - Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

National Health Service

Ashton-under-Lyne, NW
5 days ago
Ashton-under-Lyne, NW
5 days ago

Executive Board Trustee - Tameside, Oldham and Glossop Mind

Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind

The closing date is 31 March 2021

Job overview

Seeking committed individuals with an interest in mental health to join our Board of Trustees.

Do you share our passion for providing access to high quality and innovative mental health services in local communities?

Trustees are responsible for the overall governance and strategic direction of the charity, developing our aims, objectives and goals in accordance with our governing document, legal and regulatory guidelines.

You will have a strong personal commitment to the charity's vision and values.

Whether youre an experienced Trustee or taking your first step as a Trustee, wed love to hear from you. Being a Trustee will give you the opportunity to use your specialist skills and commitment to help shape the future of our charity and to improve the lives of vulnerable people.

Main duties of the job

As a Trustee, you will:

Have an opportunity to improve the mental health and well-being of our local communities.

Contribute to the governance of our vital local charity.

Receive induction, support and training.

Have an opportunity to use and develop your skills

We serve a diverse part of Greater Manchester and would particularly welcome applications from people who are representative of these communities, with a diversity of experience and perspectives, including age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic and cultural background.

Currently we particularly welcome applicants from black and minority ethnic backgrounds and young people over 16.

The expected time commitment is approximately 2-4 hours per month.

Knowledge and experience linked to the key points below would also be appreciated:

Equality and Diversity

Young People and Families

Lived Experience of Mental Health

Working in a Mental Health Field

About us

We are proud to have been delivering high-quality mental health services for over 40 years. We are a flexible and fast-moving charity, providing the best quality local mental health services in prevention, early intervention and primary care; alongside empowering individuals and our communities to live well.

We offer a dynamic, stimulating environment that embraces change and is open to new ways of working.

Maintain a strong commitment to ethical standards of working within a socially inclusive environment.

Offer ongoing training and development to all staff and volunteers, enabling you to gain qualifications and expertise in mental health and therapeutic interventions.

Within reason, we offer a degree of flexibility around working hours, balancing work as well as personal commitments.

Job description

Job responsibilities

First and foremost, trustees make the crucial decisions. They have oversight of the charitys activities, funds, and future - In other words, they are in charge of the charitys affairs.

Some of these responsibilities can include:

Helping the CEO lead the organisation

Contributing skills and expertise to an important cause

Leading the strategic development of the organisation

Making sure the charity is delivering on their goals

Looking after the organisations finances

Taking care of the charitys assets

As the trustees board is responsible for such a broad overview of the organisation, most boards look to bring in people with a range of different expertise and skills, from finance and marketing to legal and HR.

The executive committee meet each month, usually on the first or second Monday at 6.00 pm.

You would be expected to attend each of these meetings.

Between meetings there are always issues to be addressed but expectations are less onerous. There is a clear demarcation of responsibilities between the Trustees and the senior leadership team.

Trustees do not normally become involved in the day-to-day management of theorganisation, devolving this to our excellent staff teams.

Person Specification

Experience

Desirable

  • A strong commitment to wanting to improve the access and quality of mental health services and also to social justice
  • Ability to provide constructive feedback in Board discussions while being able to hold staff to account
  • Ability to be a valuable team member of the Board
  • Ability to make collective decisions and stand by them
  • Willingness to represent the Board in public when required Is committed to preparing for Board meetings and sub-committees adequately and attend at least 60% of meetings
  • Will preserve confidentiality on sensitive and confidential information Upholds the values and beliefs of TOG Mind
  • Can analyse information and when necessary challenge respectively
  • Can respect boundaries between executive (staff) and Trustee and Board functions Ability to think creatively
  • Ability to understand risks to the charity and a willingness to manage risk positively
  • Willingness to work collaboratively, sharing skills, talents, and knowledge
  • A commitment to listening to all points of view

Qualifications

Desirable

  • Please detail the knowledge, qualification and experience you have in any of these areas.
  • We serve a diverse part of Greater Manchester and would particularly welcome applications from people who are representative of these communities, with a diversity of experience and perspectives, including age, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, and socio-economic and cultural background.
  • Currently we particularly welcome applications from black and minority ethnic individuals and young people who we feel would be valuable on our board of trustees to bring their experiences to the discussion.
  • Knowledge and experience linked to the key points below would be appreciated:
  • Equality and Diversity
  • Young People and Families
  • Lived Experience of Mental Health
  • Working in a Mental Health Field

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Tameside Oldham and Glossop Mind

Address

216 – 218 Katherine Street

Ashton-under-Lyne

Lancashire

OL6 7AS


Employer's website

https://www.togmind.org/

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Deputy Chief Operating Officer

National Health Service

Stockport, NW
5 days ago
Stockport, NW
5 days ago

Deputy Chief Operating Officer

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 06 March 2021

Job overview

This is a fantastic opportunity for somebody who wants to work for a great organisation, with huge ambitions, who wants to make a significant difference and help make it the best place to work, learn and be cared for.

We are now looking for a new Deputy Chief Operating Officer who will lead a highly experienced and dedicated team to deliver excellent, high quality services as we move forward to develop and transform the services we currently deliver. Accountable to the Chief Operating Officer/Director of Operations, we will expect you to drive forward the internal transformation agenda to take us beyond our current successful performance and into a new era, where we are financially and clinically sustainable.

Main duties of the job

If you can challenge convention, welcome change and if you have a genuine desire to champion transformation at all levels of the organisation and across a wider health economy to enable us to deliver consistently improving levels of performance, then you are the kind of person we are looking for and you would be a welcome addition to our stable and well established senior hospital leadership team.

In order to be the successful candidate you will need to have significant experience of managing complex health services at senior level in the NHS/Healthcare.

In return, we offer a rewarding and exciting opportunity to join our ambitious Trust with a mandate to make a real impact on the outcomes for the people we serve. We will also support your own personal development so that you can be the best version of yourself as we will want you to be effective and successful in the role.

Pre interview discussions are very welcome and encouraged

About us

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust provides hospital services for children and adults across Stockport and the High Peak, as well as community health services for Stockport, Tameside and Glossop. Stepping Hill Hospital treats over 500,000 patients per year and community health services are run across 24 sites in Stockport and 17 sites in Tameside and Glossop.

There are lots of good reasons to choose to come and work at Stockport NHS Foundation Trust. A dynamic integrated Trust with integrity and vision. Exactly the same qualities youll see in yourself.

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust aims to be the organisation of choice for patients and an employer of choice for staff. In order to continually improve all aspects of our patient experience, we rely upon having a highly skilled, motivated, diverse, productive and patient focussed workforce.

We are constantly improving how we work with staff and this is reflected in the awards we have been awarded, which can be viewed on our website.

Job description

Job responsibilities

  1. OPERATIONAL MANAGEMENT

The post holder will require advanced knowledge of the how Trusts operate across a range of work procedures and practices in order to understand the performance agenda which covers operational targets, areas of efficiency, finance, workforce and patient safety and involvement. The post holder will be required to support the day to day operation of the Trust, ensuring cohesive working and optimum performance.

To ensure consistently high quality patient care through the development of a culture of effective teamwork and patient focus, and through the empowerment of Medical Director, Chief Nurse, Clinical Leads, Business Group Directors, Business Managers, Matrons, Specialist Nurses and other professionals.

To work closely with the other members of the Executive Team, to ensure a Trust wide approach to issues as necessary, especially as relates to use of capacity, development of specialties and delivery of performance targets.

To take autonomous decisions in areas which affect the operational working of the Trust and in their improvement.

To contribute to the establishment of Trust wide standards to maintain, monitor and improve quality of care.

  1. PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT

To deliver against performance targets assigned to the Chief Operating Officer as derived from the NHS Plan, Annual Plan and Trust Strategy.

To take the lead responsibility for Performance on behalf of the Chief Operating Officer ensuring a robust Performance Framework is in place and monthly Performance report is compiled for Trust Board.

Help to oversee delivery of Business Groups nit operating plans, by designing and implementing robust performance management and reporting processes, and intervening personally.

To contribute to the Trusts efficiency targets by the effective use of resources and contributing to the Cost Improvement planning process.

  1. COMMISSIONING

To support with Chief Operating Officer to ensure service level agreements are based on accurate and deliverable activity levels.

To take the overview of capacity to ensure Service Level Agreements (SLAs) are achieved as well as key targets are delivered in the most cost effective ways by the divisions.

To take the lead, on behalf of the Chief Operating Officer, in capacity planning for the Trust.

To work with the senior commissioning team to deliver service sustainability.

  1. SERVICE DEVELOPMENT

Where necessary to ensure operational performance risks are anticipated and addressed.

To ensure all operational services continually review performance to ensure delivery of high quality patient care, financial control and service performance targets.

Analyse current good practice to identify areas to improve quality of patient care.

To actively contribute to the Trusts annual business planning and strategic review process.

In conjunction with the Chief Operating Officer assist in the delivery of the transformation strategy and cost improvement programme

  1. ORGANISATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Responsible for delivery of corporate projects with implications for the wider health/social care community, as required by the Chief Operating Officer.

To ensure the visibility of senior management through the Team Brief process, regular walkabouts and other means of communication.

To promote the integration of the Trusts service across sites, ensuring that effective team working is encouraged and factional issues are effectively dealt with.

To establish mechanisms that facilitate open discussion leading to sound, co-ordinated operational management of all areas within the Trust.

To proactively develop effective working relationships between the operational clinical business groups and the Trust Executive.

Develop networks and working relationships with national and local agencies in order to support improvements in service provision and best practice at the Trust.

  1. STRATEGY

To work with business groups in ensuring that there is visible senior interface with Primary Care networks / organisations.

Takes a supporting role in facilitating the development of the Trusts Business Continuity and Emergency Preparedness plans, ensuring the Trust complies with National requirements with respect to these two functions.

Take a lead role in ensuring the Trust has a winter plan which ensures whole system interface and smooth operational delivery across this period.

In conjunction with the business group directors, develop work force plans ensuring that both professional and non-professional workforce requirements are identified to ensure that operating divisions have the right people in the right place at the right time.

To ensure that business group communication mechanisms operate effectively so that a culture is promoted where all staff can become involved in influencing and supporting the achievement of the Trusts Service and Operational strategies.

To ensure the implementation of the Trusts Governance and Quality Management Strategies across the operational divisions and are reflected within the clinical business groups annual business plans.

To ensure that operationally business group processes are implemented to secure risk assessments, the co-ordination of mandatory training and the investigation and management of incidents and complaints.

To ensure that appropriate professional standards are maintained by all staff groups through the liaison with appropriate professional and external regulatory bodies.

To lead on strategic planning to deliver the internal annual plan

Person Specification

Education, Qualifications and Training

Essential

  • Educated to master's degree level/equivalent professional qualification
  • Postgraduate level management qualification
  • Evidence of continuing professional and personal development
  • Significant management and leadership experience at a senior level in the NHS.

Personal circumstances or other relevant criteria

Essential

  • Able to participate in the On Call Rota

Knowledge and Experience

Essential

  • Significant management and leadership experience at a senior level in the NHS.
  • Proven experience and ability in managing operational performance with tight financial constraints demonstrating effective budget management
  • Experience of capacity planning and translating organisation strategy and vision into operational objectives.
  • Evidence of successfully leading significant organisational change in developing new models of healthcare delivery
  • Demonstrate experience of building, maintaining and utilising successful relationships with all staff especially clinicians within complex organisations
  • Knowledge of the strategic direction of the local health economy
  • An understanding of healthcare planning process and key national healthcare issues
  • Demonstrate strong and credible leadership in being able to pull people together across systems and motivate them to deliver common aims and targets
  • Demonstrate significant experience of situational leadership, human resource management and people development.

Leadership and Management Skills

Essential

  • Leadership and Management Skills
  • Excellent presentation skills with the ability to engage and influence diverse audiences
  • Strong interpersonal and negotiating skills, with the ability to engage, build and sustain relationships both within the Trust and within external organisations.
  • Able to demonstrate sound financial management skills and understand business centred approach to healthcare provision.
  • Excellent organisational and time management skills to meet competing priorities.
  • Able to take 'tough' decisions and calculated risks and see required action through.
  • Demonstrates strong commitment to action to achieve equality and diversity in the NHS workforce and for the community.
  • Excellent project management skills as project manager or sponsor. Ability to work under pressure and meet tight deadlines
  • Well developed IT literacy
  • Ability to share vision and engender ownership in others.
  • Exhibits a drive, energy and enthusiasm and resilience to drive through and achieve end results and improvements

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Stepping Hill

Poplar Grove, Hazel Grove

Stockport

SK2 7JE


Employer's website

http://www.stockport.nhs.uk/

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Board Member

Smart Recruit Online

City Of Manchester, NW
5 days ago
City Of Manchester, NW
5 days ago

Our Board to move from strength to strength!
Role appointment: Board Members and Customer & Communities Committee Chair
Remuneration: £4,162 per annum Board Member, £5,722 per annum Committee Chair
Commitment: Approx 15 days commitment per annum, part time fixed term
Location: Greater Manchester & remote working
MSV is a long-standing diverse housing group working nationally, regionally and with a local focus. We are a social landlord with a big heart. We manage around 8,500 homes, build a range of new homes, and provide specialist and independent living schemes across 17 Local Authorities in the North West, with a turnover of £55 million per annum. We are proud to invest in our communities, our people, and the planet. The Board Members role is to help ensure that MSV fulfills the 'MSV Way'. This is set out in our 2-year Corporate Plan that has been shaped around three distinct themes: People, Planet, and Place.
We are looking to appoint Board Members for our Board.
The Board Members role is to help ensure that MSV fulfils the 'MSV Way'. This is set out in our 2-year Corporate Plan that has been shaped around three distinct themes: People, Planet, and Place. We believe the Board's role is to create an environment to flourish, with our strongly held belief that everyone should have access to a decent home and life opportunities. A Board Member should help ensure and support MSV to meet its responsibilities to key stakeholders, particularly residents, staff, and funders. We currently have a strong Board and are in the process of renewing Membership to move from strength to strength. We need a diverse group of Board Members who can add strategic value to the organisation and can act in a collegiate way with other Board Members and our Leadership Team to ensure MSV delivers its vision. We are looking Board Members who will bring a range of skills from the list below:
Candidate key competencies:
Customer focus, strategic leadership, social housing, knowledge of customer and community needs, understanding of the current and future risks, private sector, health, construction and building safety, audit, general finance knowledge
Key locations:
North and working remotely.
Advertisement placed: Friday 26 February 2021
Closing date for applications: Friday 19 March 2021 - 12 noon
Short listing: Tuesday 23 March 2021
Final Interviews are scheduled for: Wednesday 31 March 2021 / Thursday 1 April 2021
If you are interested please click apply for a full application pack and further details.
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Join our Board of Trustees

Deafness Support Network

Northwich
30+ days ago
Northwich
30+ days ago

We are an equal opportunities employer working to attract the best talent from diverse backgrounds to enhance our specialised team. For further details on our values or to request the advert/job description in any other format, please visit https://www.vercida.com/uk/employers/deafness-support-network


Our Board of Trustees meet quarterly at the Head Office in Northwich, on a Tuesday from 6.30pm, with communication support in the form of BSL Interpreters & Palantypists.

We are looking to supplement the range of skills and experience that we already have on the board particularly by recruiting individuals who may have experience in the following areas:

  • Financial expertise –this person may be a chartered accountant.
  • Marketing and public relations at a senior level.
  • Safeguarding
  • Legal expertise
  • Investment management including commercial property.

We continue to seek people who would be willing in due course to chair the Board.


Successful applicants will have a good understanding of the principles which govern UK charities, experience of strategic planning (in the business or not-for-profit sector), as well as experience of setting goals and monitoring their achievement.


This role is subject to receipt of satisfactory references and completion of an enhanced DBS disclosure.

Please note! This is a voluntary position & as such does not pay a salary. Travel expenses can be reimbursed as per the Volunteer Expenses Policy.

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Senior ServiceNow Developer (VP)

Paribus Global

Knutsford, NW
4 days ago
Knutsford, NW
£500 - £501 Per Day
4 days ago
£500 - £501 Per Day

My client is looking for Senior ServiceNow Developer, and I wanted to know whether this would be of interest to you or not?
Position: Senior ServiceNow Developer (VP)
Location: Knutsford, UK
Duration: 6+months
Rate: £500 Per day Inside IR35
  • Can engage with stakeholders at all levels of the organisation from all relevant business areas
  • Demonstrates a good end to end understanding of the systems processing for the business area & relationships


Exposure to the follow key modules in ServiceNow is required:
  • Incident/Problem/Change
  • CMDB
  • Discovery
  • Orchestration (Preferable, not essential)
  • Knowledge
  • Service (Request) Catalog

Demonstrable experience in following Technical concepts of ServiceNow is MUST
  • ServiceNow web services and APIs
  • Expert in JavaScript
  • Workflow Configuration
  • Working knowledge of relational databases
  • Experience with Web Technologies (XML, HTML, JavaScript, Web Services, etc)

Desirable skills/Preferred Qualifications:
  • Working experience in ServiceNow Discovery (Preferable, not essential )
  • Ability to interface and develop with Java/J2EE backend technologies
  • Working knowledge of Active Directory, LDAP, SSO
  • Working knowledge of web applications, networks, protocols and email (SMTP, POP3)

The following Certifications are an added advantage.
  • Certified System Administrator
  • Certified Application Developer
  • Certified Implementation Specialist
  • ITIL v3

If you are interested in this position, please send me your CV ASAP for immediate consideration.
If you are not interested in the role but know someone that may be interested or a good fit for it, please help me and them out by sending me their details or them the details of this role so they can get in touch with me about it
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Commercial Director (Metals / Engineering Industry)

GFG

Sheffield, Yorkshire
9 days ago
Sheffield, Yorkshire
9 days ago
ABOUT THE ROLE Liberty Speciality Steels currently have an exciting new opportunity for a Commercial Director to join the High Value Manufacturing business based at Stocksbridge.The Commercial Director will take a lead on all commercial activity, developing and executing sales and marketing plans in order to maximise value for the business. Working with the Customer Services team, the Commercial Director will be directly accountable and responsible for the sales, marketing, customer services and technical research within the business.The postholder will work together with the Demand Planning team to ensure that demand is accurately represented and appropriately met.DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES The Commercial Director will undertake the following duties and responsibilities;Lead the development of sales and marketing strategy to create a compelling offer with the clear product, pricing, promotion, distribution and customer service arrangements needed to achieve the agreed goals and profitability for the business. Bring forward required resource and CAPEX plans needed to achieve this.To work as part of the senior team in a collaborative and dynamic environment, developing and delivering business strategies.Drive the development, deployment and execution of the Business sales plans and monitor and report performance to ensure that performance targets are achieved.Develop appropriate routes to market including own or external service centres to maximise value growth.To set and control pricing policy to ensure that value is optimised.Monitor and manage the order-to-cash cycle through the appropriate supporting functions. This includes setting customer payment terms and minimising debtor days, as well as ensuring that working capital and stock are used efficiently.Lead Marketing to complement sales strategy by ensuring that sales plans reflect market intelligence and sales activities are aligned with branding and promotions.Lead the sales forecasting process to ensure that assets and resources are aligned with market opportunities.Lead the development of a Customer Service strategy in order to manage the Customer experience, monitor and where necessary, engage with Customer services and customer technical services to address customer service issues.Work with Product Development, Customer Technical Services and Product Management to ensure that our customer offer is innovative, differentiated and meeting future customer needs.Provide effective leadership to develop and motivate staff and teams to deliver Business objectives in an international and virtual team environment.Initiate continuous improvement projects within the wider business processes.Provide health & safety leadership within the Commercial function and across the wider business, to ensure the wellbeing of all employees.To contribute to the wider LSUK commercial team and business as a senior leader.REQUIRED SKILLS The Commercial Director must hold the following skills and experience;A university degreeExtensive knowledge of appropriate sector (Aerospace, Energy and Industrial Engineering) markets, customers and products will be required.Detailed knowledge of complex supply chain processes.A thorough and wide-ranging knowledge of current and potential markets, market dynamics and pricing policy is essential.The ability to carry out and prioritise business analyses.It is essential that the jobholder has highly developed leadership and influencing skills, capable of being used with customers, suppliers and colleagues.The post holder should have exceptional interpersonal, analytical and project management skills coupled with the creative ability to identify avenues of new opportunity for future growth and business expansion.The ability to work internationally in with a people from diverse national and cultural backgrounds.COMPETENCIESThe Commercial Director must meet the following competencies;Customer First - Driven by the need to understand and meet the expectations / requirements of customers, both internally and externally. Proactively builds strong relationships across the customer network. Personally builds / maintains strong relationships across the customer network.Drive for Results - Is passionate about and perseveres in the pursuit of challenging stretch goals. Demonstrates energy, drive and enthusiasm when striving to accomplish and improve results.Interpersonal Effectiveness - Flexible use of accomplished interpersonal behaviours which facilitate in building trust and engagement amongst others whilst reducing the opportunity for conflict. Willing and able to handle difficult conversations in a positive manner.Business Acumen - Understands the business drivers. Demonstrates a relentless drive for all that delivers value, profit, efficiency and effectiveness. Identifies and exploits business opportunities to increase margin or profitability. Shares own understanding of business performance in a clear and confident manner.Managing Change - the ability to establish a new function - through teambuilding and decision making - within a matrix structure and with cross border, virtual teams and where cooperation and engagement of other functions is essential.BENEFITS35 days holidayCompetitive pension schemeIncome ProtectionLife AssuranceAccess to Advantage and Employee Assistance Programme
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Chief Operating Officer

National Health Service

Huddersfield, Yorkshire
4 days ago
Huddersfield, Yorkshire
4 days ago

Chief Operating Officer

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

The closing date is 28 March 2021

Job overview

Our Chief Operating Officer heads up the delivery of care across all five divisions keeping the day to day running of our hospital and community services on track to provide the best, safe, quality care for our patients and their families.

You will be a senior, experienced, compassionate NHS leader who has an excellent track record of delivering against targets as well as being a respected team leader and team player.

You will succeed a colleague who led and transformed by example to shape and deliver strategy and change founded on an unwavering commitment to performance and quality

For more information, please visit www.leadershipopportunitiesatchft.com and for a confidential discussion with Badenoch + Clark

Main duties of the job

You will be responsible for the successful delivery of clinical operations here at CHFT both in our hospitals and in community settings across Calderdale. During the pandemic and for the foreseeable future this role will continue to be pivotal in heading up our CHFT and system wide response to the pandemic. Features of this also include working closely together with COOs from across the West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts helping to create a wider patch-wide response as well as our local authorities and other local healthcare partners.

Looking ahead, modernising and moving with the times is essential as we are a Trust which doesnt stand still yet our patients must always come first. You will be a senior, experienced NHS leader who loves their work and a challenge with an excellent track record of delivering against targets as well as being a respected team leader and team player.

About us

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT) is an integrated Trust of 6,000+ colleagues working across two hospitals - Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Calderdale Royal Hospital - we also provide services in our Community, located on the edge of the glorious Pennines.

CHFT was among the top performing Trusts for Emergency and Cancer care and we were widely acknowledged as a national digital lead when it comes to caring for people across our local and regional systems. We already had a good CQC rating and have worked hard to manage our fiscal responsibilities.

At the core of our achievement is our people and our commitment to support one another as a part of One Culture of Care. We know how important it is that colleagues care for themselves and each other in order to provide outstanding compassionate care to our patients. That is why we are looking for an exceptional, compassionate leader to join us at CHFT and help us continue on our journey to Outstanding.

Job description

Job responsibilities

  • Operational leadership and management of clinical services throughout the
  • Divisions and operational services
  • Performance management and delivery of all national and local targets
  • Implementation of the modernisation and re-design of clinical and businessprocesses, and continuing review of Trust priorities
  • Trust lead for Fire Safety and Emergency Planning

Person Specification

Skills and attributes

Essential

  • Understand the issues facing community health services
  • Demonstrable leadership skills
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Strategic thinking and innovation
  • Highly developed influencing, persuading and communication skills
  • Ability to get key messages across on complex issues
  • Ability to be a team player
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with key people, both internally and externally
  • Ability to innovate, to recognise challenges, analyse problems and apply effective solutions
  • Honesty and professional integrity

Desirable

  • Knowledge of sustainability issues

Skills and attributes

Essential

  • Understand the issues facing community health services
  • Demonstrable leadership skills
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Strategic thinking and innovation
  • Highly developed influencing, persuading and communication skills
  • Ability to get key messages across on complex issues
  • Ability to be a team player
  • Ability to establish and maintain relationships with key people, both internally and externally
  • Ability to innovate, to recognise challenges, analyse problems and apply effective solutions
  • Honesty and professional integrity

Desirable

  • Knowledge of sustainability issues

Knowledge and Experience

Essential

  • Significant senior management experience in an NHS acute trust
  • Extensive experience of managing change in patient centred care delivery
  • Extensive experience of delivering demonstrably high-quality services
  • Experience of delivering successfully against challenging performance targets

Desirable

  • Board level experience in an INHS Acute Trust
  • Managing business continuity for large complex organisation.

Qualifications

Essential

  • Higher degree and/or relevant management qualification or equivalent experience
  • Evidence of continuing professional and personal development
  • Demonstrable skill and/or equivalent experience in leading in a complex health environment

Desirable

  • MBA/Masters in relevant specialist/health related/management subject

Disclosure and Barring Service Check

This post is subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act (Exceptions Order) 1975 and as such it will be necessary for a submission for Disclosure to be made to the Disclosure and Barring Service (formerly known as CRB) to check for any previous criminal convictions.

Employer details

Employer name

Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

Address

Huddersfield and Calderdale sites

Huddersfield

HD33EB


Employer's website

https://www.cht.nhs.uk


Salary

£150k - £200k Per Year

Job Type

full-time

Posted

2 days ago